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NOTICE OF THE FILING OF STATE QUESTION NUMBER 773 INITIATIVE PETITION NUMBER 399 NOTICE is hereby given that on June 13, 2014, State Question Number 773, Initiative Petition Number 399, was filed in the Office of the Secretary of State. The ballot title for this initiative petition is as follows: Currently, marijuana is an illegal drug. This measure expands the Oklahoma Constitution, legalizing the use, possession and consumption of marijuana. Consumption may include concentrates, edibles and other forms, including smoking. The measure also authorizes licensing of acts such as cultivating, retailing and packaging marijuana. Acts legalized by this measure may nonetheless violate federal law. Persons 21 and over may purchase one ounce of marijuana and may possess up to six marijuana plants. A tax of $7.00/ounce is imposed on certain sales. The measure repeals most current state marijuana laws. It applies retroactively to all marijuana cases pending in an Oklahoma court. Driving under the influence of, or impaired by, marijuana remains illegal. The measure also legalizes medical marijuana. No prescription is required for use. A lifetime license allowing limited possession is authorized if: • the applicant is an Oklahoma resident 18 and over • an Oklahoma board-certified physician signs the application, certifying the applicant has a qualifying medical condition. The measure lists qualifying medical conditions that authorize a lifetime license, regardless of the continuing existence of the conditions. The measure also authorizes medical marijuana licenses such as caregiver, dispensary and grower licenses. A 7% tax is imposed on medical marijuana sales. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES ______ AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO ______ NOTICE is hereby given that, as provided in 34 O.S. ? 8 and 10, any citizen or citizens of the state may file a protest as to the constitutionality of the petition or as to the ballot title, by a written notice to the Oklahoma Supreme Court and to the proponent or proponents filing the petition. Proponent filing is: Sen. Connie Johnson, P.O. Box 61241, Oklahoma City, OK 73146. Any such protest must be filed within ten (10) days after this publication. A copy of the protest shall be filed with the Secretary of State. s/ Chris Benge Secretary of State
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NOTICE OF THE FILING OF STATE QUESTION NUMBER 774 INITIATIVE PETITION NUMBER 400 NOTICE is hereby given that on June 26, 2014, State Question Number 774, Initiative Petition Number 400, was filed in the Office of the Secretary of State. The ballot title for this initiative petition is as follows: This measure amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It adds a new Section 44 to Article 10. Bonds could be sold. Up to Five Hundred Million Dollars ($500,000,000.00) could be available. Bond money would be used for school districts and career technology districts. Bond money would be used for storm shelters or secure areas. The repayment of the obligation will be made from the General Revenue Fund of the State of Oklahoma. State bond money could be used by school districts or career technology districts to reduce local debt or eliminate local debt incurred for storm shelters or secure areas constructed after January 1, 2013. The Office of Emergency Management will implement the program. The Oklahoma Constitution is being amended to allow state bond money to pay for shelters and secure areas in schools. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE PROPOSAL - YES _____ AGAINST THE PROPOSAL - NO _____ NOTICE is hereby given that, as provided in 34 O.S. ? 8 and 10, any citizen or citizens of the state may file a protest as to the constitutionality of the petition or as to the ballot title, by a written notice to the Oklahoma Supreme Court and to the proponent or proponents filing the petition. Proponents filing are: David R. Slane, 901 NW 12th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, Mikki Davis, 717 Woodbriar, Noble, OK 73068, and Danni Legg, P.O. Box 890057, Oklahoma City, OK 73189. Any such protest must be filed within ten (10) days after this publication. A copy of the protest shall be filed with the Secretary of State. s/ Chris Benge Secretary of State
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